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Mary Palm's checking account had a starting balance of $785.63. She wrote a check for $57.00 for groceries and a check for $125.00 for a car payment. Yesterday she deposited $57.25 in her checking account. What is Mary's current balance? A. $554.26 B. $603.63 C. $796.38 D. $660.88
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Mary Palm's checking account had a starting balance of $785.63. She wrote a check for $57.00 for groceries and a check for $125.00 for a car payment. Yesterday she deposited $57.25 in her checking account. Mary's current balance = 785.63 - 57 - 125 + 57.25 = $660.88.
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Mary Palm's checking account had a starting balance of $785.63. She wrote a check for $57.00 for groceries and a check for $125.00 for a car payment. Yesterday she deposited $57.25 in her checking account. Mary's current balance = 785.63 - 57 - 125 + 57.25 = $660.88.
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